SCI Foundation is proud to maintain a working relationship with Indian Country by supporting local, grass-roots conservation efforts.
The 2018 SCI Convention once again brought together those who are passionate about hunting and conservation with stakeholders from across the world
“Tajikistan is also an example of how trophy hunting may be the best economic incentive to initiate wildlife conservation programs in some countries because it affords an immediate income with minimum investment.”
“In this world today, the access to reliable sources of food that can be sustainably harvested is the dream of every single government.”
"The AWCF is once again serving as an important forum to resolve African game management problems.
Elephants legally hunted in Zimbabwe and Zambia between 2016-2018 now can be imported into the United States, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) announced today in Africa.
This week SCI Foundation is proud to present a Q & A session with one of our research partners in the field. Raul Valdez of the New Mexico State University...
It is time for a sustainable solution that allows eagle populations to continue to thrive while also meeting the religious needs of America’s indigenous inhabitants.
Moose hunters in Montana are crucial to this project. Not only are they responsive 90% of the time to phone surveys, and successful at least 73% of the time...
Sheep hunters are some of the most passionate outdoorsmen and valuable conservationists in the world. As Vance Corigan says in a February 2017 New York Times article “people who pay $300,000 for one tag just paid to recover 30 sheep to places that haven’t had sheep in 100 years.” This year SCI Foundation and …